Synonyms for Cheers:

n.

toast, dependence, alcoholism, abuse, alcoholics anonymous, designated driver, aa, binge drinking, to your health, delirium tremens, Al-Anon. shout out, thank you, please, thanks, much obliged, THX, I owe you, bless you. farewell, adios, all the best, ciao, goodbye, take it easy, see you, good night, catch you later, aloha. cheers (noun)
see you, all the best.
pleasures (noun)
enjoyments, contentments, amusements, joys, relishes, delights, Ecstasies, raptures, satisfactions, pleasures, gaieties.

v.

celebrates (verb)
fetes, celebrates, lauds, hallows, frolics, carouses, enjoys, rejoices, revels, proclaims, observes, salutes, venerates, memorializes, makes merry, exults, inaugurates, glorifies, hails, praises, jubilates, trumpets, Parties, solemnizes, commemorates, acclaims, honors.
cheers (verb)
inspires, lightens, pleases, enlivens, brightens, consoles, encourages, heartens, gladdens.
cries (verb)
exclaims, shrieks, hollers, bawls, clamors, screams, calls, growls, shouts, Cries, moans, sobs, groans, howls, yells, whoops.
pleases (verb)
exhilarates, satisfies, gratifies.

Other synonyms:

alcoholism, abuse, designated driver, delirium tremens, toast, dependence, alcoholics anonymous, binge drinking, Al-Anon. aa. Other relevant words:
farewell, toast, dependence, ciao, abuse, aloha, Al-Anon, alcoholism, aa, thanks, see you, THX, to your health, shout out, goodbye, bless you, please, adios.

Usage examples for cheers

  1. When the military music was heard coming nearer and nearer, and distant cheers were borne on the breeze, the commanding officer rode by, and saw nothing in the demeanour of these two soldiers to distinguish them from all the rest of the line, who were thinking only of themselves or the Dauphiness. – The Peasant and the Prince by Harriet Martineau
  2. " That we will, sir," cried the men, and a voice proposed three cheers for the major. – Middy and Ensign by G. Manville Fenn
  3. The 2nd battalion of the 4th Baden Regiment rushed with cheers into the southern part of Chenebier, where a great confusion ensued. – The Franco-German War of 1870-71 by Count Helmuth, von Moltke